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driving cars and other new technologies and communication devices. then the director of the national institutes of health testifying on his agency's budget. later, the national transportation safety board. is, why do we do it. why do we take the risk. is it fun? ford venture? makingre easier ways of 11 a living and doing this. we do it to understand the world and how it changes. theyons build and then snap with violent political change. we go to where the cracks are, to see how the plates are fitting together. we do this show innocence have a voice. we do this to show these did you jockeys they are wrong. we have decided that this is what we want to do with our slice of time. richardweekend, friendly journalist memorial rededication. 9:10 on the war. handling scandals of all kinds. this is followed by a crisis tell book party. >> not a hearing on self driving cars. bugle and general motors have both been testing vehicles with advanced technology. witnesses include david strickland. this is one hour and 45 minutes. >> no apologies. this is your form. >> don is from south dakota. from
will use it to approve permits on the job site. >> we believe that mobile technology is going to rev revolutionize the way government and people interact. >> maury black is the president of the company whose software is taking the government paperless. >> the interface to government is still stuck in the mid-20s century. so we have this huge grab but we can use mobile technologies and cloud technologies to bridge the gap. >> you adopt have to be a business owner building contractor to benefit from the journaly into the cloud. just be an ordinary citizen with a good eye for potholes. san francisco is adopting an app called civic hero. >> when you're walking down the street and you see a problem you want to report it. >> whether it's a graffiti or utility outage you can snap a picture and init in. the next thing the city hopes to take paperless is getting a business license. >> it's challenging to start a business on its own, we need to roll out the red carpet. >> there's one more day to get free dental work from california dental association volunteers in san jose. the free clinic at
was recovering. and his life was saved because of that pacemaker technology. mr. speaker, the american people , american families depend on the innovative, unbelievable technology that american entrepreneurship has created. but obamacare punishes that. and if it wasn't for that kind of medical innovation and technology, my father wouldn't be here today. so i stand opposed to obamacare for all the reasons we've talked about here tonight. but most importantly because i credit the american free enterprise system for saving lives. and obamacare rolls that back. and with that i yield back the balance of my time but i certainly appreciate the leadership of the gentleman from indiana for discussing the importance of this issue and the future of high-quality, innovative health care in america in the future. mr. messer: i thank the gentleman for his moving remarks. i thank all of my colleagues for their remarks today. we're going to vote this week on repealing obamacare. that vote is more than symbolism. obamacare is wrecking this economy, obamacare is terrible for patient outcomes, it needs to be rep
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news found travis tinkering with technology, tea pots, chess pieces and gun. >> this is the firearm. >> reporter: travis is just having fun with the cutting edge toy, but some fear this technology could put guns in the wrong hands. >> do you understand the concerns that law enforcement might have, tsa and other agencies about the potential for these types of weapons. >> the is possible it can be misused. all technology can be, but the potential advantages outweigh the risks. >> reporter: a search is finding dozens of websites for plans with making your gun part. >> welcome to the age of the printed magazine. >> the homemade gun in the future has the attention of lawmakers on capitol hill. >> plastic magazines and receivers that are firing off hundreds of rounds. >> steve israel is leading the ban. >> we should motthick it easy for bad guys, criminals and terrorists to manufacturer plastic gun components that can be brought onto a plane. >> the website worries authorities with hundreds of on- line blueprints for homemade weapons. the first working gun is made of plastic. wilson is
missile threat. more than 30 countries in the world have missile technologies or are acquiring such missile technologies. some with a range to that they can kit targets in europe. -- they can hit targets in europe. so it is clearly in europe's interest to develop an effective protection against that real missile threat. finally on georgia, the decision we took in bucharest in 2008 at the nato summit still stands. we stated georgia will become a pen of nato -- a member of nato. of course, provided they pull fill the necessary criteria. we have established a special nato georgia commission, and within that commission we work with georgia to move forward so that georgia continues her reform process with the aim to one day in the future be able to join the alliance. we're not there yet. we -- there is a lot of work ahead. but i am pleased that the new government in georgia has reaffirmed its nato aspirations. so it's very much for georgia to demonstrate that georgia fulfills the necessary criteria. finally, mr. vogel asked me about future enlargements. we have engaged actively with
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-edge engineering technology, computer information systems, networking and communications management -- the things that our students need to know in the world today. our country needs more college grads to help fill all the open technology jobs. to help meet that need, here at devry university, we're offering $4 million dollars in tech scholarships for qualified new students. learn more at devry.edu. >>> it is time, it is time for the "lightning round" on cramer's "mad money." hey, what's that about? rapid-fire calls, where i tell you whether to buy, buy, buy or sell, sell, sell. i don't know the calls or callers ahead of time. when you hear this sound, then the "lightning round" is over. are you ready, skee-daddy! it is time for the "lightning round" on cramer's "mad money." i'm going to start with mario in georgia. mario? >> caller: cramer, love the show? first-time caller, long-time listener, baby. >> thank you. >> caller: my stock is pbl, biopharma. >> it's a spec, but i do like this one. i've been looking at it. let's go to richard in texas. richard! >> caller: yes? >> hey, rich. >> caller: h
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and make sure that we were on schedule. the first technology of its kind... mom and dad, i have great news. is now providing answers families need. siemens. answers. >>> 21 minutes past the hour, good morning to you, wall street taking a break from its record run, but is it just temporary? >> let's hope so. >>> and good news for american airlines, giving its customers a good reason to travel light. christine romans with all of that and more. >> good friday morning. let's start with the stock market. stock futures are pointing higher. the markets hit a pause yesterday after housing and jobless claims numbers were deep. the dow is up 16% so far this year. the nasdaq is up 14%. the s&p 500 up 15%, those are fantastic returns, this has been the among the best bull markets in 100 years, i got the chart to show you how the bull market stacks up against all the top bull markets since 1928. the s&p 500 index, the closest gauge of stocks in your 401(k) is up 145% since 2009. some bulls did better but others are saying maybe it's running out of steam. >>> we're showing you an airport for a reason. a
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in court's. >> with the technology does is allows you to see it. and then it becomes a great piece of evidence. >> cases can be tough to prosecute, but photos like these make it easier for prosecutors to charge, convict, and put away abusers. with or without the victims cooperation. >> it's not about whether she said something where he said something. it's just evidence. evidence could be the difference between whether kids have a mother, between whether a mother has her daughter, between whether you live or die. >> jessica cartel you, wjz eyewitness news. >> the use is getting international attention. >> thanks to the research, hospitals around the world are expanding their use. >> so much more to come on eyewitness news sunday morning, including -- >> one lucky winner, and it's not us. the latest on that single winning ticket for the record-breaking powerball jackpot. >> trains collide. latest on the commuter train crash in connecticut. plus -- >> two brothers allegedly part of a cigarette smuggling scheme,,,,,, ,,,, at university of phoenix we know the value of your education is
vhs tapes. >> with all this wonderful technology, there's a new app called familiar that enables you to target people that want to see the pictures. just download the app of light in 10 days unless they accept, you are below the funds and the shop directly on their screen savers and desktops. to be super-tech savvy. tips, spring these entertaining will be lovely. >> thank you for being here. up next, we are in the kitchen for sunday brunch. here's a look at last night's winning lottery numbers. >> comeback, it's time for sunday brunch. chef russell cobb with us from ceriello's. thank you for coming in from new york. you brought some meat. >> we brought some wonderful prime-aged, dried beef from ceriello's in belvedere square. only 4% of the beef graded in the united states is prime. we pick from one packing house which gives us the best prime age steak. we will cook a porter house today. >> are you going to do with it? >> we will put salt and pepper on it. it is important you don't cover up a dry-aged beef too much with too many spices. you want the flavor of the meat. if you cook at
is what can make a difference. >> and that's very doable from a technology standpoint. >> in fact, in central london, as part of a demonstration, authorities track and trace my every move through the crowded streets. a policing tool to look for suspicious behavior or packages. that just didn't happen here in boston. there was no realtime surveillance. a criminal complaint filed in the case does show that a camera from this restaurant picked up dzhokhar tsarnaev, the younger brother, standing right here for about four minutes. pretty casually, he drops his n napsack and walks away. moments after, the second bomb went off. there is no guarantee, though, that even realtime spy camera will prevent the next terror attack. and some warn that's why they may be effective in some settings but they can't outweigh the risk it poses to privacy and freedom. and we need to put in place some reasonable checks and balances to insure that the police are focused on people that they have suspicion of wrong doing against, right, not all of us. >> still, investigators were left to rely on private secu
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. >> technology has connected us in a way like no other generation. allowing us to showcase every aspect of our life online for legions of followers and friends, and that's turning people into overnight celebrities. but critics say it has also made us want more by doing less. >> there is some laziness. technology breeds laziness, i would say. >> but millenials and -- are fostering innovation, transforming people into businesses and fueling the success of millenial authors like vanessa van edwards who we caught up with on skype. >> the only way we're able to do what we want, because we can be in vietnam or i was in wine country in chile. as long as i have an internet connection and good headset, i'm good to go ge. >> with a population of 90 million, they're the largest generation of americans ever and they're changing america with their attitudes like never before. >> millenials in this country represent the most tolerant part of the electorate. in their support of gay marriage, legalizing marijuana in fact. all of those things have led the majority position in america on the social issues. to s
in a foreign language ] >> huggies tweet pea. isn't technology great? loosely translated, a sensor detects humidity inside the diaper and sends a message to mom and dad, or mom or dad, that it's time to change said diaper. now, the humidity thing i get. it's moisture related but my question is, if it tweets for pee, what does it do when the baby drops a deuce? does it post a picture on instagram? so when the tweet pea video leaked online, there was obviously a diaper rash of mockery and huggies released a statement that reads in part quote, in the promotional video, the clip on humidity sensor is intended merely as a concept device. nor are we suggesting parents are unable or too busy to notice when their baby's diapers need changing. you can tell they mean it by the exclamation point there. p.r. notwithstanding, tweet pea is indeed a real thing. huggies says it is being launched in brazil in july. ladies and gentlemen, mark down that date because we have officially bridged a gap between real commercials and "saturday night live" parodies. >> introducing chewable pampers. all the convenien
, but for our economy. creating a clean energy economy will spurn new jobs and technological advancements and grow our economy. in order to ensure we can compete to develop clean energy technologies, it is vital we have a trained work force ready to work. i re-introduced the community ollege training act to support clean energy job training programs. community colleges train and retrain americans who want to learn skills and open up new opportunities. in investing in these programs, we can lay the foundation for success and a field that prepares our students for the good jobs for tomorrow. . . the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from texas seek recognition? mr. poe: i ask unanimous con tonight is address the house for one minute -- consent to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. poe: there's a troubling pattern here in washington. when wrong doing occurs involving federal government employees, blame falls away from the white house and the wrong doctors get a pass. no one -- wrong doers get a pass. no one is held account
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, particularly the -- $100 million for new people, $7.4 million for biometrics technology, and important facility in alabama. contains support for critical programs, but they are flat funded. counterterrorism, violent crime, the exploitation of children, which i know you have been an enormous advocate by investigating a time and the despicable practice of human tracking -- trafficking. we are concerned about production, like eliminating the national gang center and the consequence of that. mr. director, we are looking forward to hearing what the and we also be, welcome you to comment on the sequester today and what would be the consequences to the fbi if the sequester continues in 2014. i will ask my entire statement be included in the record and i turned to my vice-chairman, senator shelby. >> thank you. --ector mueller, we join thank you for joining us again. we want to thank you for your service in the country. we are all indebted to the fbi for the sacrifices they and their families make. septemberattacks of 11, the fbi has been tasked with additional national security responsibilities. today
. the technology may be hard to imagine... but why you would want it is not. the 2014 e-class, see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offers through mercedes-benz financial services. through mercedes-benz >>> "all that mattered" 59 years ago today. the landmark supreme court ruling that ended segregation in schools. brown versus the board of education of topeka, kansas, was a watershed moment in the civil rights movement. however, school integration was fiercely opposed back then by some in the white community. in little rock, for instance, soldiers had to be deployed to make sure that black students were not harmed. >> 59 years ago. incredible. >> it was a great decision by the supreme court. >> i'll say. one that everyone should remember when they're asked. >>> and there is a battle today to protect children from the violence in chicago. it's a story so important, "48 hours" spent six months on the streets. we'll show you what they found. that's next on "cbs this morning." >>> this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by biomet. visit oxfordv.com to learn more about the oxfo
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of standards and technology acknowledged that -- sparing the diatribe of conspiracy theories can you give me a straight answer of how that is scientifically possible without the use of explosives? guest: i think we should pass on this question. if you want to tell me that there's something going on probably thet was most investigated event in fbi history. i did not want to spend time on this question. i do not think it is valid. host: i agree. we had that question posed many times before. guest: bring them on. hearing theve been conspiracy theories on this for many years. sometimes you have to scratch your head. guest: i will go down to the coffee shop in memphis and hopefully nobody will know i was on this show. i can have a cup of coffee and forget about terrorism. host: robert is joining us from ohio. p ishilip mudd -- our guests philip mudd. in 2006 and went to a seminar they held in virginia. . heard charles allen aboutned him in 2006 radicalized americans and radicalized islamists. question has to do with the possibility of having a robust domestic surveillance inside of america. they
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sleeping? just wanted to check and make sure that we were on schedule. the first technology of its kind... mom and dad, i have great news. is now providing answers families need. siemens. answers. >>> so, pat, you announced this week you were stepping down as the chairman of the illinois republican party and it's a fascinating story, just reading this. you support marriage equality. you're not the only republican in illinois with that position. >> republican state senator kirk came out for it as well. >> this was sort of the, this caused a lot of friction within the party, and it kind of led to this unfortunate moment for you. >> i think i did it because i truly believe that this is the conservative position, that we shouldn't be in the business of marriage and if two adults want to enter a loving, committed relationship, they should be allowed to do that. to me, that's entirely consistent with conservative republican principles. a very small group of the central committee, which regulates the state party, a coup people thought that wasn't such a good idea and basically forced me out. b
, the congress abolished the office of technology assessment which the clinton administration which was another check on the worst kinds of weapons acquisition that we have seen. we have seen a weakening of the role of the inspector general and various agencies particularly the intelligence community and the cia sophie looked the failures of the cia over the past 20 years there hasn't been enough emphasis in the last few years particularly since they started the first upon the administration to scrutinize these problems. so i think there is a lot we should be interested in. i think the book is trying to introduce topics that would form a discussion arena for the problem of the overuse of the military, the overuse of the spending tool with regard to the military and the overuse of the military's end and instrument in foreign policy. .. >> kaput thank you for speaking here today so that we can hear you. my question is as a citizen, you were describing things we could do in terms of talking to congress about reinstating some of these oversight measures. but as you were describing the role of the p
with regard to weapons acquisitions. congress abolished the office of technology assessment, which the clinton administration should have fought, which was the check on the worst kinds of weapons acquisitions. we have seen a weakening of the role of the inspector general in various agencies, particularly in the intelligence community the cia so if you look at the failures of the cia over the past 20 years there hasn't been enough emphasis, in the last few years, particularly since the start of the first obama administration to scrutinize these problems. so, i think there's a lot we should be interested in. i think the book is trying to introduce topics that would form a discussion arena for the problem of the overuse of the military, the overuse of the tool with regard to the military, and the overuse of the military as an instrument in foreign policy. to paraphrase mark twain, if the only tool in your toolbox is a hammer, then allor problems will look like nails and that's exactly where we are right now. i'm sorry i took up so much time. i hope there are a few questions in the time we have le
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